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Ies in Return Of
Wines and Beer ats
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It's~ about time to try another'
tohibition experiment.
At least, this i ,t opinion of.
,obert C. An ,11, of the icsociology
apartment, wI o yesterday termed
he present heaGvy consumption of
ard-liquors and general disrespect
The new experiment proposed' at
he. Amnerican Legion, the manu-
)cture of light wines and beer,
light result in worse coniditions
'r'f. Angell said, but the presentl
tuatioi warrants such. a step-rif
ie ch age can be made constitu-
ionally. A ban on hard liquors
my would monre genernally repre -
ntpub~lc will than the present
w itself; Prof. Angell believes.
However, Professor Angell turned
fie world upside c4own for those
ro believe the r;etuirn of light
lnes .and beer would materially

experiment Professor Angell be-
lieves.
"Once beer and wine are legaliz-
,d, the hard liquor supplymight
be uncontrollable, as they have al-
ways gone together and would be
ha.rd to separate.",
On tJhe other hand, although the
practice of homebrewing is wide-
srathere are many who turn
to th-e drinking of hard liquor,
wvhich, cxcept near the bordehr, is
easier to buy, he said. The acces-
. ability of light wines and beer
would counteract this, Professor
Angell said.
Last, of all, he said, any return
of light liquors must be~ accompan-
led by an educational. campaign
against hard liquors.
Christian Will Pluay
Second Organ Recital
'the second recital on, the weekly
eries of twilight organ concerts
will be given at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in H1ill' auditorium by
Palmer Christian, University' or-
ganist.
The program, as ainounced y s-
terday by Christian; includes "Air
majestueux" by Rlamreau, "F~antasia
and Fugue in C minor" by Bach,
Hagg's "'Aftonfrid," F',anck's "Chor-
al in B~ minor," "Minuet, Scherzo"
by J'ongen, Held's "Cradle Song,"
aind "Finale (Symphony VI) by
Widor.
The normal life span of, a honey
bee born in summer is five- weeks;
for those born in winter, six tQ eight
months.

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Jane

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$10,000 to- Roat
R-0gents.

A scholarship award; of approxi-
mAtely .$400, to be given yearly: to
some' medical school student, was
made known last night by an an-1
nouncement of Dr. Frederick 0.
Novy, chairman of the executive
committee of the Medical school.
According, to the terms of the
will of the late Jane E' Armstrong,
for many years a resident of Ann
'Arbor, $10,000 is bequeathed to the
regents of the University, the in-
come from which is to be, paid
yearly, to some student chosen at
the discretion of the Medical
school faculty, subject to certa~in
restrictioni named- by the donor' of
the fund, it was announced. The
scholarship is to be. known' as the
Misses Armstrong Scholarship in
honor of the three Armstrong sis-
ters: Harriet M., Louise C., and
Jane E:
Two awards, each for the full
amount will be made this. year ow-
'ing to the fact 'hat the fund has
already been accumulating: for over
a year, it was announced. Disburs-:
ment of the fund is-,in the ,hands
of the Union. &uardian, Trust Co.
of Detroit according ;to, the: provi-n .fte il
Qualifications for the award spe-
cify that the incumbant-it be white-
and born of American parents,

*WXYZ tonight presents an all
star attraction of radio programs
beginning at 6:30 o'clock and con-
tinuing until midnight, after which
time Columbia's programs in this
vicinity will be heard through
WABC. Enric Mad riguera and his
Cuban orchestra start the broad-
cast at 6:30 o'clock. Bing" Crosby,
one of radio's newer, sensations,
but nevertheless: a star tenor goes
ont the ether at 7 o'clock when' the
Gold Medal Fzbst Freight comes
with a cargo of request niumabers,
no prog rant of outstanding quality
is heard. At 10 o'clock, Gus Ed-
wards and his Gang' with Freddie
Rich's orchestra have a fifteen
minute period all to themiselves; 11
o'clock brings the Street Singer to
be followed-by Red Nichols and his
orchestra. The St. Moritz orches-
tra at 11:45 o'clock ends the-broad-
cast of Columbia programs which
with Eddie Duchin at midnight
will come through WABC'. An hour
later Anthony Trini and his Vil-
lage Inn orchestra finish the Co-
lunbia presentation.
Thle Mobiloil concert at 8:30
o'clock starts things rolling for sta-
tion' WWjr. At 9:30" o'clock the Pal-
molive hour- takes its, bow with
Gustave Haenschen's orchestra fol1-
lowing it in the Coca' Cola program
at 10:30 o'clock. Vincent' Lopez di-
recting his orchestra at then St.
Regis hotel broadcasts at 11:30
o'clock with Cab' Calloway follow-
ing' with a 'half hour of exceeding-

ly 'torrid 1mu1sic a a1 % erbesc Fool.
tinentals following that wit apro._
g-ram of "MIusic ill th, Modern
M~anner." _
Eugene 0Or)mandy's orchet-ra ap-'
pears first on the cNEC(t' e fr
broadr'ast throtug hWt tng a
8:30 o'clock in the j~j Fro' t Mel-
Qd_ MAiirents aclvertisin ';prpgr}a3..
Sherlock I-Ho lmeieianc
,slves another m~'ystery a1)9(o'dock
with the help of the famed Dr".
Whtson1-"Watson, the Needle.?'
to b'bs Will D elivr
Lecture in Germany.
Prof. William 14. Hobbs of' the
Geology department, who has been
traveling in Europe since early
summer, will speak in Berlin, (Ger-
rn.ny, on Greenland, early in No-
vember.
Much interest has been aroused
in Germany about Gr',enland, Pro-
fess~r Hobbs said in a l?tier to one
of the members of the Geology' de-
partment, since the. tragic fate of
Wegener.
Professor Hobbs plans to sail
from the continent on the Euro-
pa Dec.'5, and he will arrive in Ann
Arbor on Dec. 12. His, plans have
been- set ahead so that he will. be
able to attend the meeting of the
Association of American Geoligist
which is to be held in 'Ypsilanti
on Dec. 12.

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